# Question #933f1

Aug 14, 2016

Here's how I would do it.

#### Explanation:

1. Draw a cyclohexene ring.

2. Attach a methyl group to one of the double-bonded carbons.

That carbon automatically becomes $\text{C1}$ of the ring.

The other double-bonded carbon becomes $\text{C2}$, and the numbering continues around the ring.

3. Add $\text{Cl}$ atoms to $\text{C2}$ and $\text{C3}$.

And you have the structure of 2,3-dichloro-1-methylcyclohexene.